In Togo the electricity rate is only 26%. Most electricity is imported from neighboring countries. The village Yikpa (300 km from Lomé) and the NGO ‘Jeunes Volontaires pour l’Environnement’ have requested the installation of a 14 kW pico solar power plant to supply the village with electricity. The project will serve as a pilot to demonstrate the feasibility of sustainable minigrids in rural Togo.
The current project team has a strong technical profile. They need resources to assist with the necessary non-technical activities:
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